Dynamics 365 Business Central Wave 2: building apps on top of System Application

As you already knows from this official Microsoft post, with Dynamics 365 Business Central Wave 2 release Microsoft has splitted the application into two main modules: Base Application (that contains all the ERP business logic) and System Application (that contains all the system layer).

Source : Stefano Demiliani
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Dynamics 365 BC Wave 2 Release: What Happens Now?

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is the latest Microsoft’s ERP solution, available on-premise and on Cloud as a SaaS service. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is actually released as platform version 14.X. and this platform permits you to adopt two different programming models for creating customizations:

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2019 release Wave 2: Full keyboard shortcut support

Now Wave2 blogging is allowed, there are many topics that I want to share with you .. really, a lot. Time is not on my side – I’m in full preparation for Directions and NAVTechDays, so let’s see.

Today, while working on my SaaS-deployment-pipeline in DevOps with ALOps, I DID find the time to say a few words on one of the topics I’m quite excited about: Shortcutkeys in the webclient, or in other words: full keyboard shortcut support!

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Dynamics 365: 2019 release wave 2 plan

Download the 2019 release wave 2 PDF (last updated July 22, 2019)

The release plan (formerly release notes) for the 2019 release wave 2 describes all new features releasing from October 2019 through March 2020 for Dynamics 365. You can either browse the release notes online or download the document as a PDF file.

New for wave 2: The Power Platform (PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, and Power BI) features coming in the 2019 release wave 2 have been summarized in a separate release plan.

Source : Microsoft
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